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Lightning Round: Toyota, Citigroup, Intel and More

Toyota Motor : Now is not a good time for the automobile business, Cramer said. But he's sticking with Ford because he likes its CEO.

Citigroup : In 24 months, financial regulatory reform will have passed. If the provision written by Sen. Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark., involving a ban on derivatives goes away, this stock will go higher.



Anadarko : While Cramer likes the company and its management, he thinks the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will continue to drive its stock price down. He recommends staying away from both APC and BP .

Intel : The Mad Money host said Intel's stock price is as cheap as he's ever seen it, but does not recommend backing up the truck. If you want to buy 100 shares, start with 25 and hope it goes down, he said.

ADC Telecommunications : ADC is part of the Internet tsunami, Cramer said. He thinks it's a fantastic company and likes its "crystal clean" balance sheet.

When this post published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Intel.

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